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A TOPSYTURVEY RHYME.

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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT.

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. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

FLINT.

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THE COLLEGE FARM FIRE TREFNANT.

BATTLE IN ARABIA.

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COLWYN BAY. "r' DISTRICT COUNCIL, i The monthly meeting was held on Wed- nesday, Mr. John Roberts (chairman) pre- siding. With reference to the old promenade, the surveyor read a letter from Mr. Stafford Howard, of the Woods and Forests Depart- ment, asking if the council desired to ex- clude from the purchase the shore-ground (now below high-water mark) in front of the sea wall. The Clerk said such an arrange- ment would be advantageous to the council, and he was instructed to accept the offer. At a meeting of the sanitary committee the Medical Officer's report was under con- sideration, drawing attention to the serious need for a public slaughter-house in the dis- trict. The surveyor was directed to report on suitable sites for the purpose. The surveyor produced a plan for convert- ing the old boardroom into a fire engine station. He was directed to prepare plans and obtain tenders, application to be made to the Local Government Board for permission to borrow the necessary money. The Surveyor, in his report, stated that the district was quite free from infectious disease. The number of deaths during the month was 10, representing a death-rate of 16'8 per 1,000 of the population. The num- ber of births was 12. The death rate for 1898 was 12 3 per 1,000 of the population. some members of the council had had an interview, regarding the electric light scheme, with Mr. Clivehngh, on the 15th ult., as a result of which Mr. Ulivehugh was instructed to prepare"a report and estimate of the work. The council formally adopted the report. On the motion of Mr. Bevan it was agreed that the council apply to the Local Govern- ment Board for sanction to borrow 2100, for the purpose of constructing a footbridge over the railway.

TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT…

TEMPERANCE MISSION.